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Environments that inspire

Our role as early childhood educators is to create relationship-driven, responsive, inclusive and thoughtful environments in which each child can thrive.

View the May newsletter

Building connection

Every day there are opportunities to build connections with others, opportunities to create attachments that last a lifetime. Attachment supports the healthy development of children, families, and communities.

View the February newsletter

Embracing change

As we shift into a new year, take the time to reflect on the changes in your life. How do you view and adapt to these changes? Understanding ourselves will help us to understand others, including the children and families we support as they navigate the changes in their lives.

View the January newsletter

Families First

Recognizing the impact family has had in shaping your identity is central for recognizing the important role families have in the lives of the children you nurture – and it opens up possibilities to engage with families in deeper ways. Welcoming families into early learning spaces helps honour and support the foundations families are building for their children.

View the December newsletter

I can too... empowering children's voices

Together let’s step up to empower children, to hear their voices and honour all the ways they change the world. Help children’s voices get heard. When we listen to what children have to say and use their ideas, they have the power to inspire a better world for everyone.

View the November newsletter

September is a time for learning

As students return to school, early childhood educators also have an opportunity to nurture curiosity and creativity, to focus on personal growth, learning and development. Spend time this month learning, listening and reflecting on the role early childhood educators have in reconciliation.

View the September newsletter

The wonder and joy of outdoor play

Playing and learning outdoors creates a sense of place, a sense of connection to the land and to others. It supports children in every aspect of development. We encourage and invite you to find as many ways as possible to spend your days with the children in your care playing and learning outdoors.

View the June newsletter

Growing a garden, growing community

A garden is a perfect metaphor for early childhood education. We plant seeds of love and care, nurture with guidance and affection, and hope to see the outcomes of our work as children grow and thrive.

View the May newsletter